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#TheFurnace is the spiritual home of the Perth Scorchers.

Whether it’s Optus Stadium or the WACA Ground, it's our fanatical crowds, fast and bouncy wicket and the sea of orange that make it a place like no other.

The Perth Scorchers match day experience is one of the highlights of the Western Australian summer.


Optus Stadium and the surrounding park is located east of the Perth Central Business District, on the Burswood Peninsula.

With views of the Swan River and city in the west and the foothills in the east, this 60,000 seat, world-class stadium hosts a variety of sports and entertainment events.

The surrounding Stadium Park precinct provides year-round access for visitors of all ages to enjoy the nature playgrounds in the Chevron Parkland, the BHP Boardwalk and Amphitheatre, picnic and barbeque areas, public art as well as a myriad of recreational facilities.

Click here to plan your journey to Optus Stadium.



Set at the Eastern end of the CBD, the WACA Ground is located on the banks of the Swan River and bordered by Trinity College to the east, Gloucester Park to the north and the beautiful Queens Gardens to the west.

In the summer time you will find the ground packed with fans enjoying all of the WBBL action in the Perth sunshine.

The grass banks and the Prindiville and Inverarity Stands are open to the public, with the Lillee Marsh Stand the home of WACA Members.

There are a few things you need to know when visiting the WACA Ground, click here to read the WACA Ground Conditions of Entry.


Parking Details

The City of Perth operates a number of permanent parking facilities near the WACA Ground.

For information on which facilities are open on WACA event days, as well as pricing and other information, please contact the City of Perth on 1300 889 613. 

In addition to permanent parking facilities, the WACA and City of Perth work together to provide patrons additional off-street parking for major event days.

Public Transport


Timetabled train services will operate on all lines. In the event of train service disruptions due to track work, Transperth will provide train replacement bus services.


Timetabled bus services will operate across the Transperth network. The Yellow CAT services will operate timetabled weekday services running approximately every eight minutes from 6.50am until 6.20pm.

The Red CAT runs approximately every five minutes from 6.00am until 7.30pm Monday to Thursday.

Click here for bus timetables.


There is a designated pick up and drop off area located outside Gate 3 on Nelson Crescent.

Patrons wishing to catch a taxi must proceed to the designated pick up area outside Gate 3 on Nelson Crescent.


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